3.17.2012

An interesting portrait starts with the eyes.


I went for a walk and ended up on Congress Ave.  I saw this small boy sitting in a milk crate attached to his dad's bike.  I stopped to photograph the little guy.  Of course I asked his father's permission first.  Why make people uncomfortable?  He looked right into my camera.  I like the image a lot.

I was using a Panasonic GH2 with the Olympus 45mm 1.8 lens attached.  I have no idea what the exposure was and I used face detection auto focus to get place focus.  The original was a Raw file but it needed no intervention so I guess a Jpeg would have been just as good.

Two snaps and we were done.  Love the yellow sunglasses.

7 comments:

Govis said...

A shame it was made with an obsolete camera. Coulda been a contender.

Govis said...

:)

kirk tuck said...

Just glad I was able to use an EVF camera. Can you imagine how hard this would have been to capture with an OVF ???

kirk tuck said...

:) as well.

Frank Grygier said...

Love that lens.

Tony's Vision said...

I NEED that lens

Anonymous said...

The light in his eyes makes the photo, and the yellow sunglasses add "something different". Bravo, I like this. I do not own yet a m4/3 camera but this lens seems interesting, very interesting...
robert

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